•   
  •   

AustraliaLibs rule out Latham, One Nation deal

21:53  08 november  2018
21:53  08 november  2018 Source:   msn.com

A $1b country roads diversion for Vic Libs

A $1b country roads diversion for Vic Libs Victoria's Liberal-Nationals opposition hopes an election promise of $1 billion for country roadworks will shift attention away from bleak poll results.

The NSW Liberal Party would not rule out a preference deal with One Nation as the former federal Labor leader Mark Latham prepares for a political Mr Latham confirmed on Wednesday that he had joined One Nation as the NSW leader and would contest the March state election for the party led by

This isn't Latham 's first flirtation with One Nation . He recorded a robocall for the party's Longman by-election campaign in July, urging voters not to After Latham announced he was joining One Nation , NSW Labor leader Luke Foley immediately ruled out any preference deal with One Nation at next

Libs rule out Latham, One Nation deal © AAP Images NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the Liberal party won't be preferencing One Nation at the March 2019 state election. Mark Latham's NSW One Nation is now facing a united preference blockade from the Liberal and Labor parties after Premier Gladys Berejiklian ruled out doing a deal with the new leader.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian on Thursday declared she won't be doing any deals with One Nation ahead of the March poll, nor with the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers party.

She joins Labor in ruling out the party, which will be led in NSW by former federal Labor leader Mark Latham.

Pauline Hanson will oversee the party's federal operations.

Mr Latham on Wednesday announced he will be chasing a seat in the NSW upper house with One Nation.

Embassy move made Aus look stupid: Shorten.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison made Australia 'look stupid' by floating the idea of moving our Israeli embassy, opposition leader Bill Shorten says.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!